Verdict from 11 user reviews

5 reasons to buy

  • Several wearers were highly satisfied with the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier’s duly noted comfort.
  • A good number of reviewers pointed out that the sneaker has enough wiggle room in the toe area.
  • A handful of customers praised the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier’s durability which lasts for years without showing significant wear and tear.
  • Less than a handful of buyers commended the non-marking outsole tread’s grip and traction.
  • It was a sneaker for the recommendation, according to some purchasers.

2 reasons not to buy

  • The Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier does not have a lot of colorways.
  • A few reviewers were a bit disturbed with the sneaker’s chunky outsole.

Bottom line

The introduction of the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier adds another scrumptious iteration to the coveted AF 1 catalog. Dubbed as the Beef & Broccoli colorway, the low top sneaker showcases muted, delicious colors of brown and olive which goes perfectly for the winter months. Being a cold weather sneaker-somehow-boot implies a hard-wearing structure which can also be worn during summer. Comfort and style are two attributes that the Nike AF 1 lineage upholds dearly.

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Good to know

Fit & Sizing

These Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier sneakers can be copped by men in a size ranging from 6 to 18. Although the Swoosh brand failed to release this in women’s sizing, gals can still get it by subtracting 1.5 from their usual size. It is enclosed by a lacing system with a width structure of D medium.

Going for the winter look was what the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier roots for. Partnering the low top sneaker with coats and thick jeans would suffice the outdoor holiday image.

The difference between the OG Nike Air Force 1 and 07 primarily varies depending on the colorway. The most probable deviance between the two is the use of the deubre which is rectangular in the AF 1 07.

The Air Force 1 lineage had come a long way form introducing out-of-this-world renditions to Baroque style silhouettes. The coveted sneaker, since its debut in 1982, had become a streetwear staple not only for those in the hood but also for those who are deviant from the sneaker game. Being the first sneaker to be recreated and deemed as a “retro” sure has a long history of prestige associated with it.

Originally a high-top, the basketball-born Nike Air Force 1 was cut into different heights including one in a low top. This low version, due to its versatile and straightforward taste, had been a canvas for numerous designs embellishing the Nike Air Force 1 legacy more and more. In 2007 the sneaker reached its 25th anniversary. Thus Nike reinvented the sneaker’s construction.

From everyday objects to elements of high fashion, the Nike Air Force 1 07 had seen every facet of society in its almost 2000 colorway renditions. One of its 2018 colorways introduces a Chinese food-inspired silhouette called the Nike Air Force 1 07 Premier. The said sneaker pays homage to the delicious Beef & Broccoli delicacy with its Baroque Brown and Olive pigments.

  • The sneaker is assembled in a cupsole form which follows the OG releases.
  • An encapsulated Air-sole unit on the heel provides the shoe’s lightweight cushioning.
  • The uppers consist of leather and textile materials.
  • The sneaker was unveiled on October 18, 2018, at a price of $130 a pop.

Rankings

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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